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Hay's Galleria, London
(4.2/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
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  • Hay's Galleria is a great spot to relax and grab a coffee or a bit to eat when exploring the South Bank. It has some great coffee shops! 
  • The first impression: Renovated in Super - like! A mystical ship adorns the courtyard and draws the eye - nice to look at.
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  • This is a nice stopping off point to recharge your batteries if walking along the south bank of the Thames from Tower Bridge to the London Eye. There are several restaurants and a couple of small shop...  more »
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  • This spot is another little gem found in London. It has that wonderful combination of old and new that I find enchanting. It feels open with it high metal posts supporting a glass roof. Plenty of coffeshops, restaurants and shops surrounding a beautiful water fountain by David Kemp called 'The Navigators'. All of this is next to the Thames. A lovely place to discover.
  • A lovely little spot I only found out about very recently. Nice a cosy with a couple of coffee shops, shops and places to get a quick bite to eat. Nice view out of the front with a weird but cool pirate ship sort of statue in the middle. Looking forward to going back!
  • A nice place to hang out on a wet day due to large glass sheltered area. There are a few places to go for drinks. Finding your way out at closing time is a little tricky but there is a way out, you won't have gotten locked in.
  • A very romantic and cozy former storehouse converted into a boutique with pleasant cafeterias and small gif shops. The East side comprises of apartments if you want to rent one on a long term basis. A magnificent fountain closer to the Thames exit is double joy when the water is running. Feels even better on the sunny days.
  • Quite a nice location bit apart from a bookshop and small market it's the usual suspects like any area of this type in London.